Support for your mountain bike endeavors in Oregon since 2006
Guided mountain bike rides, skills instruction and seasonal shuttle service to the popular trailheads in Bend and Oakridge along with multi-day adventures through out Oregon.
Mountain bike in Oregon with Cog wild
Guided Mountain Bike Rides
Maximize your vacation time and ensure a positive experience by hiring a guide to orient you to place and get you on trails that are right for you. Guides are available for solo riders, small groups and large private groups including reunions and corporate off-site events.
Mountain Bike Skills Instruction
Invest in yourself and commit to becoming the rider you want to be. Ride with more flow and confidence after a private or group mountain bike lesson with one of our Professional Mountain Bike Instructor Association certified coaches.
Mountain Bike Shuttles
Daily shuttles to the popular mountain bike trails in Bend and Oakridge. Drivers are also available for private group shuttles.
Multi-Day Mountain Bike Adventures
Take time away from the daily grind to shred the backcountry trails in the classic mountain bike regions of Oregon: Umpqua, Old Cascade Crest & McKenzie, Mt. Hood and of course Bend and Oakridge.
Mountain Bike Demos
In Bend, demo bikes from Santa Cruz and Ibis are available for guided rides, skills sessions and shuttles.
Mountain biking for kids in Bend
Cog Wild’s junior cycling program offers mountain biking after school, summer camps, recreational clubs and year-round race teams for XC, Enduro and Cyclocross.
CONNECTION TO PLACE
Cog Wild acknowledges that we operate on the traditional territories of tribes of Oregon who have lived in this region since time immemorial. The people were forcibly removed from the land during a series of treaties with the United States in the 1800s. Today, Oregon’s tribal people live in urban and rural areas and on many reservations throughout the state. In the areas we operate, the primary tribes are The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs and The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde. Learn more about the tribes of Oregon or of your home region at Native Land Digital.
The trails we ride are currently stewarded by the United States Forest Service (USFS) and many non profit trail work organizations including Central Oregon Trail Alliance, Alpine Trail Crew Association, Disciples of Dirt and Greater Oakridge Trail Stewards. Cog Wild pays the USFS 3% percent of revenue earned on the forest and gives back to the land and cycling community through volunteer trail work and donations of money, goods or services to organizations that increase opportunities for all people to recreate outside.
Cog Wild invests in our staff and supports them to be the best guide, coach or driver possible.